Vanderbilt Beach Naples Florida Overview
Vanderbilt Beach, in North Naples, extends from Pelican Bay to the South to The Dunes and Bluebill Avenue (also Immokalee Road) to the North. This wonderful beach area is lined with condominiums. During the 1950’s, J.B. Connors visited Naples and saw tremendous development potential. It has been said that the name “Vanderbilt Beach” was derived from the associations with wealth and luxury, and today it truly is a prestigious area to reside. Connors desired a deed-restricted community and during the 1960’s, few property owners lived near Vanderbilt Beach but those that did enjoyed their beach to the fullest. By the 1970’s, condominiums began to spring up and included planned developments like Moraya Bay and the Regatta.
Connors at Vanderbilt Beach
Connors at Vanderbilt Beach is an area with the same north and south borders as Vanderbilt Beach, but the eastern boundary extends to Vanderbilt Drive. Seventeen streets off Vanderbilt Drive offer canal front property lots with Gulf access and spectacular views from the end of each street’s cul-de-sac. These homes are in Connors at Vanderbilt Beach Estates, which also includes a mix of newer and spectacular homes with great proximity to the beach and older homes with their primary value placed on land value and proximity to the beach.
Vanderbilt Beach Naples Florida Amenities & Community Highlights
The Vanderbilt Beach area is an excellent place to enjoy outdoor activities such as biking, walking the beach, and swimming. The nearby Waterside Shops & Mercato provides dining and shopping options in a social atmosphere. Two incredible dining options also exist on the beach at the Turtle Club and Baleen at La Playa Beach and Golf Resort.